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"altogether this is as tempting a Hummel collection as any we know... His G major (mandolin) Concerto here in even more agreeable form, as Op.73 Piano Concertino, and Martin Galling is even more persuasive, helped by a very spirited backing in Berlin... also La Galante, a lilting Rondo for solo piano... Zukerman and Faerber return for Hummel's Bassoon Concerto, impressive to be discussed in the same breath as Mozart's, particularly with this splendid soloist, who is deliciously jocular in the characterful finale. The disc concludes with Septet Militaire, Op.114: the very happy finale, with it's ingenious upward scale, is most felicitous" (Gramophone)
"altogether this is as tempting a Hummel collection as any we know... His G major (mandolin) Concerto here in even more agreeable form, as Op.73 Piano Concertino, and Martin Galling is even more persuasive, helped by a very spirited backing in Berlin... also La Galante, a lilting Rondo for solo piano... Zukerman and Faerber return for Hummel's Bassoon Concerto, impressive to be discussed in the same breath as Mozart's, particularly with this splendid soloist, who is deliciously jocular in the characterful finale. The disc concludes with Septet Militaire, Op.114: the very happy finale, with it's ingenious upward scale, is most felicitous" (Gramophone)
5055354414664

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Format: CD
Label: ALTO
Rel. Date: 10/14/2022
UPC: 5055354414664

Johann Nepomuk Hummel 1778-1837 'collection'
Artist: Martin Galling
Format: CD
New: Available $10.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Piano Concertino in G major,Op 73; I Allegro moderato
2. II Andante grazioso
3. III Rondo
4. Introduction and Rondeau for Piano, Op 120 "La Galante"; I Introduzione
5. II Rondo
6. Bassoon Concerto in F major, S 63 WoO 23; I Allegro moderato
7. II Adagio
8. III Rondo
9. Grand Military Septet in C major, Op 114; I Allegro con brio
10. II Adagio
11. III Menuetto: Allegro
12. IV Finale:Vivace

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"altogether this is as tempting a Hummel collection as any we know... His G major (mandolin) Concerto here in even more agreeable form, as Op.73 Piano Concertino, and Martin Galling is even more persuasive, helped by a very spirited backing in Berlin... also La Galante, a lilting Rondo for solo piano... Zukerman and Faerber return for Hummel's Bassoon Concerto, impressive to be discussed in the same breath as Mozart's, particularly with this splendid soloist, who is deliciously jocular in the characterful finale. The disc concludes with Septet Militaire, Op.114: the very happy finale, with it's ingenious upward scale, is most felicitous" (Gramophone)
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